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  1. Registration Open! Teaching with Artificial Intelligence Series, June 3-7
  2. OTL Staffing Announcements
  3. OTL has joined LinkedIn

Registration Open! Teaching with Artificial Intelligence Series, June 3-7

Teaching with Artificial Intelligence Series, June 3-7

Looking for a space to explore AI tools, create your course policies related to AI use, consider how to use AI in your work, and redesign your assessments in the context of AI? Faculty, instructors, staff, and students from the University of Guelph, University of Guelph-Humber, and Ridgetown Campus are invited to engage in our Teaching with AI Series. Choose among 17 workshops, panels, drop-ins, and playgrounds on teaching with AI, designed and facilitated in partnership with CARE-AI, OpenEd, OQA, McLaughlin Library, and Contact North.  

More information and registration are available on our Teaching with Artificial Intelligence Series website

Sessions include: 

  • Redesigning Assessments in the Context of AI 

  • Instructor Panel: Navigating AI’s Role in Teaching and Assessment  

  • Should I Use Generative AI in my Course – and How do I Make that Clear to Students? 

  • Exploring Generative AI Tools 

  • Assessing the Impact of GPT on Faculty and Students at UofG: Boon or Bane? 

  • Gradescope’s AI Answer Grouping for Handwritten Tests and Assignments 

  • Leveraging AI to Tackle your Workload 

These sessions will be recorded on Zoom and be made
available to registrants after the event.

Register Here

OTL Staffing Announcements  

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Dr. Christie Stewart, Acting Associate Director

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Christie Stewart has stepped into the role of Acting Associate Director for OTL. Christie has been an Educational Developer in OTL since 2020, during which time she has had the privilege of collaborating with many faculty, instructors, staff and graduate students. With these partnerships, she has worked on incorporating evidence-informed pedagogical practices in program and course design, developing communities of practice, and advancing key institutional initiatives such as the Teaching and Learning Network and the University Teaching Leadership Fellows. 

Before joining UofG, Christie held educational development positions at the University of Windsor and St. Clair College. She also served as an Assistant Professor and instructor in Environmental Science and Biology for over a decade at Western University, Huron University College, and St. Clair College. Her research focuses on using communities of practice to support instructor development, cultivate transformative learning, and foster a sense of belonging. 

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